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Thank you Harry.
Charlie my friend you are not alone in this accident. So please listen to your doctor and therapist as you get better.
Love your pics brother.
[img]IMG_0231 by Mark Job,
I never did get a definitive answer on what company made my Russell barlow.
Mine had the same bolster stamp as the straight line...
Case made some beautiful switch blades in the 1920's -1930's if I remember correctly. Would love to see if anyone has any examples of those...
Thanks Harry! Since I bought my company I have been so busy. I am now making some knives again and will post some pic's when I get a chance.
Walleye fishing? Man that's what my dog Chocolate and I used to do together. I sure miss that old girl.
Love this thread.:thumbsup:
LOL Grateful. You don't seem too sure on the Elk. ;)
Like John (jc57) said. I would be all in for the Buck.
The Robeson is everything we look for in a classic traditional knife.
Thanks for sharing.
Paul my friend, if you are riding that moped you will lose your Man Card.
Nice knife and appreciate your work on the decks! :thumbsup:
Gevo the Stag on that knife is perfect! That thing belongs in the Smithsonian.....or in my pocket. :eek::D
I am on my way back my friend. Just making some knives with CPM154 and a couple new patterns.
Paul, your generosity is boundless! :thumbsup:
Paul, nice knife! The scales look good enough to eat. :D
Not to be intrusive on your thread Gevo, but I have to ask if you are done with the Stag Horseman knife I loaned you?
Take your time and ship it...
Charlie, I apologize for taking so long to get that knife to you!
Thank you for all you have done for us here on Blade Forums as well as...